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sorry;
it had to do with the BBCodeEnabled flag.

its hard to explain but even though my mysql 4.0 to 4.1 migration was relativaly easy, i run into some strange things like this. i still have the old configuration running the same application and its ok there.

strange.....
maybe its time to upgrade.
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Ah, yes, now I remember this bug..

Indeed, upgrade to JForum 2.1.5

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hi;
i have just ported jforum 2.0.2 from mysql 4.0 to 4.1
everything seem to work fine (search, forum postings, etc)

what i have noticed is that characters such as the newline character are ignored.
for example; when writing the following post:
"how
are
you"
the result when viewing the post will be:
"how are you"

any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated
thanks.
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I saw this happen once.. a long long time ago. If you fetch data from the database console directly, the newline chars are there?

What I suggest is to put a breakpoint in the method preparePostForDisplay(), from the class PostCommon, and watch the contents, to see what's comming from the db.

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thanks rafael;
i see that the mesage 'htmlEnabled' flag is false when preparing it to display is this the issue?

where should i go to change the default htmEnabled property to true for all posts?
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ok;
i dont think it is the htmlEnabled.
i see that the DB stores the String ok and it is retrieved ok.
i see the line breaks...
for example:
when entering:
"hi
all"
the post getText method will return "hi\r\nall"
yet still the message is displayed in one line instead of 2.
any other suggestions?
thanks in advannce
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